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Last chance to earn a specialty credential

Published on 21 Oct 2013 Written by Erin Emery Hartz Posted in Industry

This is your last chance to earn a specialty credential for free without taking the exam.

LEED APs without a specialty can upgrade to a BD+C, ID+C or O+M specialty, with USGBC’s Principles of LEED webinar series (only available through Oct. 27, 2013)

This free six-hour webinar series satisfies the upgrade requirements for your LEED AP with specialty credential.

Register for Principles of LEED

Join 36,000 of your peers who have already upgraded through Principles of LEED.

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Erin Emery Hartz

Manager of Marketing and Product Development U.S. Green Building Council

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Manager of Marketing and Product Development, U.S. Green Building Council
As we are experiencing high demand on our systems in this last week of the offer, please allow a few weeks for the credits to populate in your credentials account. If you do not see your account updated with your credential at that time, please contact us.
My LEED AP BD+C was expired in 2012 but Is it possible to upgrade to BD+C again with USGBC's Principles of LEED webina series?
Manager of Marketing and Product Development, U.S. Green Building Council
Yes, you are eligible! Just register for the series and complete all six parts by this Sunday, Oct 27. Simply click the registration button above.
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